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The pic don't do the sword justice for how bad ass it looks. It's not sharpened but not too worry. The only thing noticed is the skull is in two pieces put together rather than one but other than that it is awesome. Thanks a bunch
i got my sword today it is very nice in good shape and has a good weight to it so i would say it was a good buy. the cast iron is a bit shaky but meh can be fixed or prefected :)
this thing is awesome, the handle feels sturdy and the weight will work well for training. the point is pointy but the blade is flat. it could be sharpened if you wanted to, but there are other swords to buy for such things.
Decent deal. Got it on time.Its his blade from the anime, tho the horns are a bit shorter, the blade hild seems a bit split but nothing to noticable.The paint on the handle is wearing out tho. The blade does seem to wable a bit. All together its a great sword for any DMC fan
For what it is, its not bad. When i got it the hand guard was loose, but barely. The blade is a little wobbly, but thats just because of how long it is. Even that isnt bad enough not to buy it for a collectors. As far as functionality, i wouldnt swing it around. The crown is pointy, and its all tip heavy.
When I placed my order, the status was listed as sold out, so I expected a rather long wait. What I did not expect was a phone call the next day from True Swords letting me know they did have a limited stock, but warning me there were imperfections leading to a loose blade guard. I said that wasn't a huge issue and it was fine if they sent one of those.I got my sword two days later, bright and early in the morning. I have to say the quality is great, it's a little heavy, but not overly so, and the loose blade guard is barely noticeable. Overall this sword is beautiful and I'm so glad to have gotten it much sooner than expected, and to add it to my collection. Thanks again, True Swords for another great customer service experience!
If your first thought upon receiving this beast is...(gasp!) it's unsharpened! must sharpen! You probably shouldn't be buying swords at all. I hold the opinion that no fantasy sword should come sharpened or be sharpened.This sword is supposed to represent DMC's Dante's "Rebellion Awakened" but the accuracy is a bit off so, I like to call it "Rebellion Half Awake" difference being the skull is supposed to be screaming while looking up, and the pommel is supposed to resemble a crown, not so much a flower.This sword is massive, I'm 5.8" this thing comes up to my sternum. My copy had a fairly clean blade, very well secured to the ornamental guard. No wiggle but there is a fairly large gap between one side of the blade and guard. The grip is a long cylinder tightly covered in some form of soft rubber like material. thought I dislike the somewhat dangerous pommel.Impressive to say the least, EPIC to sum it up.TRUESWORDS is the only place i have seen carry it with a raw stainless blade instead of the tacky crimson iodized common one.
This sword is every bit as awesome as it looks in the picture. If you want a big heavy powerful sword this is the one for you. It would be nice if it came with some sort of sheath or mount but Dante never used one so that's excusable. The blade was a little dirty when it came but that's an easy fix. All in all a really nice sword worth the price.
I just opened the box that's holding this amazing piece of art. This sword is fantastic. Came unsharpened, but that's soon going to be changed. I really can't complain about anything else, what is there to complain about? Thank you again TrueSwords! Never cease to amaze me.
Ordered this on monday, just got it today, and I have to say... Oh my god this thing is so sick!! I bought it for my best friend's birthday, as he is a HUGE Devil May Cry fan, problem is, now I don't know if I want to give this beast away! XD
This thai nagi sword is LEGIT! I already had the combat commander Gladius, and this is twice as awesome! The carbon steel slices through grass mats like butter and you should see what it did to watermelons!
Reviewed on Feb. 16 2016